Because I have increasingly posted pieces with photo albums and videos, I have used Facebook more and this blog platform less as 2018 has proceeded.
We also have the ability there for readers to freely comment to me and one another. I am appreciative that so many community members do write me and each other.
The link is https://www.facebook.com/healingwoman/
It is public, meaning you do not need to have a Facebook account to access the page. You simply need to type the web address.
I will try to reorganize this page so it is useful as a library for articles, while the Facebook page remains an interactive community. I should also update people that work is progressing, although slowly, on updating the website itself.
Thank you to everyone who has helped me move a dream of people bringing their gifts and limitations to the assistance of one another to life. We have grown from a handful of my personal friends to a living community of over 26,000 people on Facebook.
Whether you read here or read and look there, I am thankful for you and want to help. Please — always feel free to leave a comment or to write.
Best wishes as we move to the end of 2018 and continue the journey of balancing body, mind and spirit in lives and a world that always changes.
Here is a photo of one of the dearest and most unexpected friends I made this year, the swan who bonded to me (and me to him) after his mate was killed this summer at the local lake. The three of us had formed a friendship after she noticed I rested from the heat on a bench by the pond on which they lived.
Readers gently nudged me over the months to give him a name. Eventually I realized I had. I had come to call him Sweet Heart, so Sweet Heart he is. As we move into mid-December, he has found a spot on the deep water where the surface hasn’t frozen over, but he is still there, he still waves his wings when I call “Hello,” and I still realize love in any form is a true wonder.
Elizabeth Coolidge-Stolz, a healing woman